Happy Thursday, friends! As you have come to expect, this is the day where we open the kitchen door and invite in some of our alumni Starving Reviewees, to give them a chance to have a parley about their recipes, their future dishes, and all of that. Today, we welcome back H. L. Cherryholmes, author of This Shrinking World!
Some literary cooks delight in the art of recipe-making. They are filled with the passion for creating entirely new literary worlds, whipping up brand-new recipes, and painstakingly picking out and detailing every ingredient of that new recipe. It can turn into a wondrous meal, filled with startling new flavors, or turn into a mushy, half-baked mess with some ingredients over-used and others half-baked. This Shrinking World is the first of nine books in a series dedicated to a new literary world in this fashion. Does it come out fully cooked or does it collapse like a poorly-execute souffle?
Before we find out, let us take to hear the Starving Review creed:
- I attempt to rate every book from the perspective of a fan of the genre.
- I attempt to make every review as spoiler-free as possible.